Industry News | June 15, 2013

What's Da Scoop? Food Truck Hits The Road in Dallas

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Launching in Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) in May 2013 and delivering hand-scooped, premium old-fashioned ice creams fresh from Wisconsin to DFW-area ice cream enthusiasts, What's Da Scoop? is anything but a typical neighborhood ice cream truck. 

With the ever-growing popularity of food trucks in the DFW Metroplex and consumers' expanding palette, What's Da Scoop? delivers flavors, cones, toppings, and combinations thereof beyond traditional basics. 

Signature ice cream flavors include Fat Elvis (consisting of 100 percent organic banana puree, chocolate chips, and peanut butter chunks) and Espresso Almond Fudge (a chocolate/espresso bean combo). 

In addition to its ice cream flavors, What's Da Scoop? offers cones, toppings, floats, and sundaes.

Signature sundaes, cones, and floats include: Blue Suede Shoes Sundae (candied bacon, Fat Elvis ice cream, chocolate-peanut butter sauce, and whipped cream), Black Magic Cone (Nutella-lined waffle cone, Zanzibar ice cream, Dulce De Leche, sea salt, and whipped cream), and customized floats made with Dr. Brown's Root Beer, Dr. Brown's Cream Soda, Dr. Brown's Black Cherry, Coca Cola, or Dr. Pepper.

What's Da Scoop? is the brain child of Two Trucks, LLC business partners Dain Pool and Jonathan Wagner, who are also the proprietors of Dallas/Fort Worth area's The Butcher's Son and Gandolfo's New York Deli food trucks. 

"I attended school in Madison, Wisconsin," Wagner says, "and when I moved to the Dallas/Fort Worth area, I really missed that rich, creamy, Wisconsin style of ice cream, so it's always been our goal to add an ice cream truck of this unique style and quality to our already successful brands of food trucks.”

What's Da Scoop? serves area universities, businesses, food truck parks, festivals, special events, private parties, and weddings.

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